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Panui – Updates

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Ka korero nei a Brendon me tana haerenga ki Otautahi me te whakataetae a motu mo te hunga -26. Brendon Walton shares his expeirence down in the prestigious event show casing the latest talent of bowlers coming through.

Anei ngaa koorero na Russel Hockley ki roto i tana turanga hei kaitono o te poari hapori me tana huarahi ki te kaunihera – Russell Hockley shares his expeirence and asprirations as a Candidate in this years local elections and his journey thus far.                                             6/10/19

Ko te reo teenei a Shae Kahui e pa ana te tiima whutuporo riiki o Nga Ruahinerangi i te pakanga o nga iwi o Taranaki Kia whai te toa mo teenei tau, kaati whakarongo mai – Shae Kahui shares his expeirences of the latest Taranaki Maaori Rugy League 2019 hosted by Ngati Ruanui and finally NgaRuahine getting the ‘W’. Have a listen.

Aroha mai: The wind was quite heavy apologies for the sound quality as well battery going flat meant didnt capture whole interview.

Koianei ngaa korero na Billy Astle e pa ana ki te kaupapa i tu mai ki Owae Marae – Billy Astle Maori practitioner in healing from Auckland sharing their field of expertise in  rongoa,  with whanau here in Waitara, Owae Marae.                                                                                  2/10/19

Whakarongo mai ki teenei hootaka o Keeping it reo, ki runga i te reo mo te Haporo o Access Radio Taranaki. Ko Sar Shalom raua ko Te ao i te whare – Listen to our programme keeping it reo with Sar and Te ao and some korero of the weekend. 

Kei te koorero nei a Stacey Glassie moo toona tirohanga , tona whakaritenga me ngaa aahuatanga moo Te Pu kanohi No toona Hoa Rangatira a Hori Glassie i whiwhi – Stacey Glassie gives her insight on her expeirence and journey in this life transforming cultural practice of Pu Kanohi received by her Hoa Rangatira, Hori Glassie.

Nooku te hee, Please note: Only captured second half of the interview due to forgetting to press record .. However – all the audio was recorded and will be uploaded soon. 

Ka korero nei a Te ingo Ngaia mo te taenga mai o te peepi hou , tona whanau whanui me ngaa kaupapa kei mua i te aroaro – Arriving back home to her kainga Te ingo shares her expeirence in the last week with the arrival of her beautiful daughter, her supports and whanau life and the many activities of being a Maama.    

Whakarongo mai ki te korero nei o Taakuta Dennis Ngawhare me tana ra poroporoaki ki tona mahi ki Te wananga o Aotaeroa ki Rangiatea – With Manager Director Professor Denise Ngawhare having his send off today, Denise shares korero about his time spent, memories and overall expeirences at the Spotswood Campus. Matakitaki mai.


Panui – Updates

Just finished event Celebrating your Te reo creating reo awareness, bringing people together and socializing and eating as a way to normalise our language. Here’s a bit of summary of event



Ngaa morehu akiakina, whakapiri ake ngaa iwi ki te rangimarie

‘Keeping it reo’ tiima – Team.

Emmetropic Pictures Director and Videography producer Aaron Moss ‘realises situations wherein fine pictures may be derived for the sake of good taste’, As our website developer Aaron has embodied this language campaign. Together with father Paul Moss they are truly captivating the world with short films and documentaries, capturing compelling stories the world has not yet seen nor heard.

From Left: Aaron Moss, Gareth Kahui, and Paul Moss.

Implement Solutions Consultancy Mentor and Entrepreneur Shona Glentworth has been instrumental in the progression of this language campaign. Strengths such as her accountability skills combined with her unwavering giving nature continues to play a key role in the motivation and success of Keeping it Reo.

From Left: Aaron Moss, Gareth Kahui, and Shona Glentworth.

Keeping it Reo Founder and Director Gareth Kahui is grateful for the contributions of all whom have invested time and energy to establish this awareness. Keeping it Reo is a platform to address, navigate and influence the geograhic and demographic value and presence of Te reo me oona Tikanga (Maaori language and practices) and its implications throughout Our environment and everyday lives.

Ko wai mātou – Who are we?

Keeping it reo believes transforming and building Te reo Communites and networks is paramount if we aspire to normalise Te reo Māori in the lives of everyday people.

We recognize that the sustainability of the language is fundamental for the founding values and principles of Te ao Māori (māori lens/philosophies) – where language is how one comprehends culture and its practices.

We are committed and dedicated in shaping people’s journeys in learning and immersion in Te ao māori and offering on going support to ensure people have opportunities to share, express and celebrate their learnings, as well as developing and strengthening own understandings.


Keeping it Reo on air

Kia ora ra e te iwi. Keeping it Reo is a programme on Access Radio Taranaki 104 fm. Tune in every Wednesday 1015-1045am as we explore our language, it’s up and downs and people sharing their insights not just on the language but in general everyday life.

An Organic show growing our awareness of language through perpetuating the dialogue of its value and importance in our Communities . Nau mai ee

Here are some of our previous kōrero click here to have a listen.